Sad news for all eight of you Do No Harm fans out there: Your show has been cancelled. Womp womp.
In happier news, The CW gave early renewals to Arrow, The Vampire Diaries and (sigh) Supernatural. Emily Owens must be pissed.
Ne-Yo is in talk to join X Factor next season, but unless he can make a really good stink-eye, he'll never replace her in my heart.
NCIS: LA got a few new cast members this weekend, including Grey's Anatomy's Kim Raver and Jericho's Kenneth Mitchell. Damn, I'd be all over this show if it wasn't NCIS.
Elsewhere, Aimee Teegarden may be back in our lives soon in a sci-fi scripted pilot for Oxgen (Will it be set in Roswell?), HBO just cast Glee's Jonathan Groff in a comedy pilot about a group of gay men in their '30s (wait, how is that any different that Glee?), NBC just gave Breaking Bad's Jonathan Banks a central role on a new pilot that sounds a bit like a cross between Grimm and Buffy, and also handed Christina Ricci a starring role in a comedy project, probably because she was just so hilarious on The Good Wife, I guess. (Can you sense my sarcasm here?)
And in cruel news, Banny Sonnenfeld will direct and executive produce CBS's Beverly Hills Cop pilot rather than revive Pushing Diasies. Lame.
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